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Power being restored to co-op members



PARKER — Crews of Parker-based Central Electric Cooperative are working to restore service to its remaining 400 members who are still without electricity in Butler, Venango and Clarion counties.
At their peak Sunday at 11 p.m., outages affected 1,829 members without electricity. The outages were caused by high winds.
As of 6 a.m. today, about 400 members are without power south of Saxonburg as well as the Cranberry Mall/ Seneca areas in Venango County.
The co-op expects all members to be restored later this morning.





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